Thursday, November 10, 2011

Sprouting Make Easy at Home

Five Reasons for Sprouting at Home

   Home sprouters aren’t limited to the few commercially grown sprouts sold in grocery stores. There are many types of seeds you can sprout in your kitchen year round: lentil, mung bean, radish, mustard, adzuki, sunflower, clover, quinoa, chia, flax, and more. Home sprouting opens the door to variety and to the following five benefits:

1. Living Superfood

   Sprouts are live, alkalizing superfoods exploding with energy and nutrients that literally make your meals come alive.
   Microgreens, the bigger greens such as sunflower greens and pea greens and grasses such as wheatgrass, barley grass and rye grass, are a very rich source of chlorophyll.
   Chlorophyll’s chemical structure is almost identical to the hemoglobin in our red blood cells. While chlorophyll has magnesium in its center, hemoglobin contains iron. Otherwise the chemical composition is the same. This is the reason why green drinks full of chlorophyll are good for re-building the blood.

2.  Pure and Un-Processed Food

   Always make sure your sprouting seeds are organic!
   With all the environmental toxins and chemicals our bodies are exposed to on a daily basis, sprouts offer a rare toxin-free food choice easily assimilated and utilized by your cells.
   Many raw food advocates believe you can detox your body, clean out accumulated garbage from fat cells,

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